Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Hope that doesn't mean they are dreaming of being extinct! LOL!
Lol. That is too funny!! I've never heard of them. Now I'll have to Google it. #inspired
What a great amusing post. I never know what you'll be saying and depicting here, but it's always enjoyable!
Don't think cowboys would want to ride one of those critters. Your cattle look so peaceful and happy.
What a herd! You make my day.....and yes, I'm Susan Ree!
You have nice cows and beef (in French vaches and boeufs) and the little ones too. You must get good milk? Your blue and green pictures were lovely. I’d like to do my waterlog app thingy on the one with the blue cup. Your mother’s day sounded like fun with good food. My daughters were not here but I’ll be with one of them for French Mother’s Day which is always the last Sunday of May, or May 31st this year.
Vicki, watch out. Those calfies are very adorable and have great imaginations and respect for history. The kittehs are always at the window and might be prone to envy...and even now plotting their next move.xo to you and yours, indoors and out.
Really enjoyed both the humor and the information!
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